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It was a great finish to a great season! All the games were tight in the finals with some clean fast paced hockey being played. Congrats to all the winners! Enjoy your incoming SWAG! 

A Pool Winners - Goal Diggers 

B Pool Winners - Balls and Dolls 

C Division Winners - Go Getters 

Notes –  Quick Note - There was sweat, blood (lots of it) and im sure tears somewhere in the gym. The scorekeeper survived, he says thanks for all the well wishes and checking in. He is on the mend and will see you next season ( maybe with a helmet on)  



M- Gab Grimard (4G/1A - GWG) 

F- Danika Drouin (1G/1A) 

G- Joel Legault (3G on 33 shots) 



B Finals

Le Parlement vs. Balls and Dolls

LParl took the season series 2-1, all the games were hard fought tight battles. With everything on the line this game would be no different. The difference makers would need to show up with a big effort to get their team the win. Both teams played 1 woman down in this game, but it didn’t slow this game down any. BD controlled the play early on out shooting their opponents but had no goals to show for it. LParl pushed back and evened out the play, but it remained 0-0 thanks to some strong goaltending. BD would be the first to break through, Gabriel Grimard scored a cheeky goal from behind the net, he shot it off a player in front for the first lead of the finals. LParl answered back a minute later. Shannyn Johnson set up Jon Mulder with a hard slap pass into the slot. Mulder tipped it in and tied it 1-1. The game continued to be tied for several minutes in big part to the goalies who locked it down and each made some huge saves. With under 4 minutes to play in the first LParl went up 2-1 when Clement Dupont fired home his first of the playoffs. LParl would protect the lead and went into the half up by 2-1. BD came out with pressure and purpose in the 2nd half. Gabriel Grimard was a huge part in changing the game. He first set up Adele Serrurier who scored on a rebound. On the next shift Grimard scored on a snapshot coming down the wing to make it 3-2 quickly into the 2nd half.  2 minutes later Grimard made it 4-2 when he scored with a slap shot from the mid slot. The game remained 4-2 but LParl really started to pressure, Carlo De Marinis was solid in the BD net and came up with some massive saves to keep it 4-2. The next goal would be a game change either way.  BD would get that next goal and would be huge for them. Gab Grimard scored on a nice chip shot over the goalie to make it 5-2 with 6:45 to play. LParl were stunned they called their timeout but regained composure and started to carry the play late in the game.  They wouldn’t score for a few minutes but called their timeout with 3:10 to play. LParl would make it interesting in last few minutes. They would make it 2 goal game with 1:45 to play, 30 seconds later they made it a 1 goal game with 45 seconds left to play. LParl had all the momentum but a strong last shift from BD’s Matt Denis to help run down the clock in the last few seconds sealed LParl’s fate as BD come out with a bit upset win to win the B Division.  They played a great team game and came together at the right time this season. Congrats to BD on a well deserved win!

BD- Carlo De Marinis – 30 shots

LParl – Jacob Schryburt – 27 shots


C Finals

Go Getters vs. All Stick No Puck

ASNP won 2 out of 3 games in the season series with blow out wins, but GGS won their last meeting by a 4-goal margin, proving they can beat ASNP. This game could come down to goaltending with both goalies coming in with the hot hand after wins last week. This game started out slower than anticipated, but both teams knew each other well and were playing defensive to start. The goalies kept it scoreless for almost 8 minutes, GGS opened the scoring in the finals getting a goal from Kim Irwin on a turnaround shot from the top of the crease.  That would be all the scoring in the first half as the goalies allowed only 1 goal on 28 shots combined. The goalies were the story of the first half coming up with some big saves. In the 2nd half ASNP broke through and scored early. Corey Costanini scored on a 2 on 1 to even up the score. From there the game turned in favor of GGS. Nick Zrinyi scored on a beauty tip from in close to put GGS up 2-1. A minute later Chris Hamilton scored the first of his 3 on a rebound in close to make it 3-1. Off of the next faceoff Chris Hamilton made it 4-1 when he stole the ball from the d-man and went in all alone on a breakaway and scored with a low shot to bust this game open to a 4-1 score with 12:35 to play. ASNP would get one back with 6:20 to play with a nice goal on a screened shot to cut the lead to 4-2. ASNP would get some pressure but would just not have enough in the tank to make a come back in this one. Chris Hamilton would ice the game with a goal into an empty net and would give GGS the win in the C finals with a 5-2 final score. GGS did a great job coming together as an individual team, and they played hard all season long despite some ups and downs. Congrats on the big win when it counts most.

ASNP- Julien Duval – 15 shots

GGS- Felix Boucher – 34 shots

A Finals

Absolute Throwers vs. Goal Diggers

3 of the 4 games between these two teams this season were decided by 2 goals or less, 3 of 4  games saw at least 12 goals scored, while AT won 1 game by 4-0 margin.  This A final could be a barn burner and could be decided by who scores the last goal. Both teams have the fire power to score at will, but the goalies could also steal the show.  AT opened the scoring in the first minute, Jeff Levey scored on a his 3rd try from in close to get the scoring going in the finals, it remained 1-0 for nearly 7 minutes as both teams were playing strong defensively, the quick pace and strong defence made this quite the battle early on. GDS would tie the game at the 12:00 mark. Danika Drouin scored on a backhander from in close to  get her team on the board.  AT answered back 3 minutes later when Richard Tattrie hammered home a long hard point shot for their second lead of the game. GDS didn’t let the game get out of hand and answered back again, spare Kevin Marleau tied the game, he was all alone and made no mistake finding the back of the net. GDS took their first lead of the game when Alex Simard scored his first of 2 in the game. His goal sent GDS into the half up by 1, leading to a what was sure to be a great finish to the season’s finals game. On the first shift of the 2nd half Alex Simard scored a cheeky short side goal from the goal line to put GDS up 4-2 with 19:10 to go. With plenty of time to go both teams left it all on the floor and continued to play a fast pace, strong defensive game, the goalies did their part when called upon and kept thew score 4-2 for the next 5 minutes. The next goal was crucial for whoever scored it, AT would be sent to the PP and they took full advantage. Alex Robinson bulged twine to make it 4-3 game with plenty of time to go. The game remained 4-3 with plenty of chances for GDS to up and for AT to tie it up but the goalies were playing strong. GDS were then given a chance on the PP and they would also convert on their man advantage. Dom Turcotte was set up beautifully by Vanessa Gaumond who found the trailing Turcotte,  he had pretty close to an open net and made no mistake roofing GDS’ 5th goal of the game to make it 5-3 with four minutes to play. AT would be down but with all their fire power they were always in the game. They would get some chances but Joel Legault was rock solid in the dying minutes. AT pulled their goalie in the last 2 minutes, even with the extra player were still unable to get one through Legault. AT threw everything at Legault but it was GDS scoring the final goal into the empty net to seal the deal and lead them to the 6-3 victory over AT.  Congratulations to GDS who had a solid regular season and played a great game in the finals.

AT-  Dylan Cundell – 31 shots

GD- Joel Legault- 33 shots